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18 former NBA players have been arrested and charged with defrauding the NBA's health and welfare benefit plan out of $4 million, federal prosecutors say.

Shannon Brown, pictured with ex-wife Monica Arnold in 2015, was indicted on October 7 by a federal grand jury in the Southern District of New York on charges of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

Brown, 35, retired from the NBA in 2018 after 12 seasons. Monica, 40, divorced him a year later.

17 other former NBA players, including Sebastian Telfair, Glen "Big Baby" Davis and Darius Miles, were also charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

Federal prosecutors say the retired NBA stars filed fraudulent insurance claims for reimbursement to the tune of $4 million. Of that amount, the players took in $2.5 million, according to prosecutors.

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Sebastian Telfair, 36, was seen departing the Federal Court in the Southern District of NY with an ankle monitor after being indicted by a federal grand jury on October 7 in New York City. He retired from the NBA in 2017 after playing 13 seasons.

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The other seventeen defendants were also equipped with ankle monitors.

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In this August 25, 2019 file photo, Glen "Big Baby" Davis, right, fights off defender Donte Greene during the BIG3 Playoffs in New Orleans, Louisiana. Davis retired from the NBA in 2019 after 12 seasons.

Davis, 35, was indicted by a federal grand jury in the Southern District of New York on charges of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

On February 7, 2018, Davis was arrested and charged with drug possession and drug distribution after police found marijuana and a briefcase containing $92,000 in cash inside his hotel room in Aberdeen, Maryland.

The drug charges against Davis were later dropped in exchange for a plea deal.

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Ex-Lakers star Shannon Brown was arrested after he shot at two house hunters who mistook his Georgia home for an open house.

The couple reportedly entered Brown's house after they spotted a "for sale" sign in his yard and they assumed his home was for sale.

Brown, 34, allegedly emerged with a rifle, causing the couple to exit the house and run to their car before he opened fire.

Police say Brown fired six shots at the couple as they fled the scene in their car. No one was injured in the barrage of gunfire.

Police did recover one spent shell from the scene.

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Brown and singer Monica divorced in 2019. They share a daughter named Laiyah Brown.

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The 6 ft 4 in. guard was drafted 25th overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2006. He played for the Lakers from 2009-2011 and the NBA G League in 2018 before being signed to Ice Cube's BIG3 League in 2019.

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Sorry men (and ladies), singer Monica Arnold is off the market. The 39-year-old mother of three recently finalized a divorce from Shannon Brown after 9 years of marriage. The couple share a 6-year-old daughter, Laiyah Brown.

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According to Aceshowbiz.com, Monica and rapper Trouble, 28, have been dating for months. She was spotted hanging around his music video set and they were seen partying together at a nightclub in Atlanta.

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Monica has a type: Trouble, born Mariel Semonte Orr, is best known for his debut mixtape December 17th.

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Mo shares two sons, Lil Rocko and Romelo, with music producer Rocko Da Don (pictured). Rocko is a 39-year-old Capricorn who fathered two other sons, ages 24 and 4, with other women.